Category: Female victims of domestic abuse

An Intersectional Analysis of Domestic Abuse Perpetrator Service Adaptation during COVID-19

Healy, Levell, and Cole, Journal of Gender-Based Violence (2022)
18 Apr 2023

Financial Freedom: Women, Money, and Domestic Abuse

Harrington Conner (2014)
14 Mar 2023

Intimate partner homicide–suicide

Perpetrator primary intent across young, middle, and elder adult age categories. (Salari and Sillito, 2016)
6 Feb 2023

Measuring violence to end violence: mainstreaming gender

Walby, S and Towers, J (2017)
18 Oct 2022

Domestic Violence at the Intersections of Race, Class, and Gender

Solokoff, N and Dupont, I (2005)
22 Sep 2022

Under the radar: the widespread use of out of court resolutions in policing DV in the UK

Westmarland, N, Johnson, K and McGlynn, C (2017)
22 Sep 2022

Polish women’s experiences of domestic violence and abuse in the United Kingdom

Zielinska, I; Anitha, S; Rasell, M; Kane, R (2022)
19 Aug 2022

Chronic high risk of intimate partner violence against women in disadvantaged neighborhoods

An eight-year space-time analysis (Gracia, E; Marco, M; Lopez-Quílez, A; Lila, M, 2021)
26 Apr 2022

Enforcing contact orders: problem-solving or punishment?

Liz Trinder, Joan Hunt, Alison Macleod, Julia Pearce & Hilary Woodward (1988)
26 Apr 2022

‘An eight day working week': LGBT+ Domestic Abuse Sector Snapshot’

Catherine Donovan and Kate Butterby, 2020
1 Dec 2021

Same Violence, New Tools

How to work with violent men on cyber violence (WWP EN)
22 Dec 2020

Exploring the service and support needs of overlooked and minoritised groups

Report prepared by the University of Bristol in 2012 for the Home Office
10 Dec 2020

IPV, Depression, PTSD, and Use of Mental Health Resources Among Ethnically Diverse Black Women

Exposure to violence in intimate relationships as factors related to co-occurring mental health needs in women of African descent.
27 Nov 2020

Providing advocacy and support to survivors from Black and minority ethnic communities

This report provides guidance to practitioners who work with female victims of domestic violence from Black and other minority ethnic communities.
27 Nov 2020

Battered Women’s Multitude of Needs: Evidence Supporting the Need for Comprehensive Advocacy

By Nicole E. Allen, Deborah I. Bybee and Cris M. Sullivan, 2004
27 Mar 2020
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